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york city area, we have not seen the price relief other places in the nation have. >> no, we haven't. there was a little bit of almost an embolism that occurred when the pipeline shut down and we didn't get the normal flow of products from the gulf coast after sandy, a little bit from isaac too, so our prices here in the northeast are actually 10 or 15 cents above the lows for the year. and i suspect that may continue for a little while. on the west coast, we had a nice down trend, but today of all days, when a lot of people aren't even showing up, kind of like the giants yesterday, we're seeing prices actually move higher in california in a couple refinery issues. so that's going to be the hot market again in 2013. you've got an adversarial relationship between refiners and regulators and that doesn't add up to anything good. dagen: there's something very strange going on in terms of the wholesale market for gasoline and export of gasoline. can you explain that? >> yeah, one of the reasons the east coast has higher prices is -- and there's plenty of gulf coast product is the pipel
without tax rate increases. melissa: 11,000 now out of work at citi. slashing jobs taking a billion dollars charge as it repositioned oppositions. charlie gasparino tells us it is even more cuts are on the way. lori: new warnings and ethanol blended gasoline. joining us on whether you should be worried about what you put into your gas tank. let's get up to speed, back the floor of the new york stock exchange and nicole petallides. economic data on the service industry. nicole: looking good, lori and melissa. up 125 points. after two days of selling we are seeing some market action to the upside. we are above the 13,000 mark, well above that. 13,076. the nasdaq squeezing it out. concern for apple, but financials are doing well. let's take a look at the group. laying off 11,000 workers, that is the plan. a new ceo in place and he wants to make his mark. up 6.5%. it is under pressure, nowhere near $700 for the all-time high in september. the latest findings other actually going to use the market share for the ipad to the android in some microsoft folks, they're facing intense competiti
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inches in just 24 hours. the twin cities have seen almost as much snow already has all of last winter. a 31-year-old man is shot, execution style, while walking down the street yesterday. police are now looking for two suspects. medics rushed the victim to the hospital where he died. defense attorneys for. to asking a judge to and gps monitoring. those are your headlines. dagen: thank you. british banking giant agreeing to pay almost $2 billion. more than $1.9 billion. a record amount for a allowing money laundering to go on for years. this is the largest penalty ever paid. it is a nonprosecution agreement. if it changes its ways it will not be prosecuted. if you think the government is draining your wallet, you may want to take a closer look at those people around your house. what they are carrying around and using. i am talking about apple products. households spend an average of $450 on those devices in 2011. nearly tripled the amount in 2011. analysts are calling it an apple tax. no, it is just, you are spending money on stupid apple products. under intense pressure to curb its bu
expect it to turn into rain. the snow will pileup northwest of those cities. 30 miles will make a big difference between four to 8 inches of snow and sleet and freezing rain on top of it. that whole major core door right on the battleground, it is almost all snow and up to a foot of snow. this is a nasty situation. we have one coming before new year's. i do not think it will be as big as this one. winter is definitely here. no question about that. dagen: how bad will winter get? >> we do not have as that of winter as 2009, 2010 and 2011. it will certainly be worse than last year. people are saying fiscal whether it will just by. i believe it will go by and come right back in again. is we sell this in 93 and 94 and then it came on. it has been brutal in asia. people have been talking about how warm it is in the united states. dagen: do not like it. not one bit. merry christmas. happy new year. >> it is the holiday season, you need some snow, but not this much. dagen: crazy amounts of snow in illinois and indiana. great to see you. merry christmas. happy new year. starbucks launches a n
before this storm is over. the good news for new york city and boston is you did not get to deal with that snowfall. the wind has been howling over 40 miles per hour at times. especially during the overnight hours. that is what has reduced travel. we are just going to continue to see a slow commute on the roadways and also at the airport. winter storm warning still in place. pretty much the entire state of maine still looking for snowfall. you are still talking about a prolonged period of time. there will be more heavy snow and strong winds. maine still looking to see over a foot of snow here for much of the state. liz: it looks like that storm is heading to canada. quarter past the hour. stocks now and every 15 minutes. nicole: when traders on wall street continued to talk about washington, that remains a serious issue here. everyone knows that has not been solved yet. the truth is, there is nothing on the table. with that being said, you can see the dow and the nasdaq are down three quarters of 1%. the s&p is the worst of the bunch. bank of america and jpmorgan weighing on the
girlfriends. two women that were down in one of mullah city. they are waiting for entrance papers from the state department. >> they are now both legally in guatemala. i just do not know right now. >> yesterday, this 67-year-old billionaire, software, formerly retired software tycoon, revealed he has some ink on his back. an extensive tattoo. the people that are spotting him, having recognized him for being on the news for the past several weeks, they are all posing for photos with him because he has become the latest reality celebrity. dagen: that is a trip to crazy town right there. thank you so much. i love how you worked in a "scarface" reference. thank you very much. connell: people losing holiday cheer when you start speaking to them about the economy. confidence is down heading into the new year. dagen: walmart is ready to roll out some cash for what is left of hostess. twinkies, snowballs, you name it, we will tell you. 1.7 on the ten year. a little higher than it has been. ♪ >> im adam shapiro with your fox business brief. consumer prices fell last month for the first time s
. and then, it is one of the biggest party cities in the united states. now, more reason to celebrate. we will tell you what. and then, currencies. here they are. here is how they are faring against the dollar. we will be right back. ♪ every school day. that's a line of desks more than 4 miles long. keep students in school. visit boostup.org and take the first step. >> 23 minutes past the hour. i am jamie colby. i have your fox news minute. people paying respects to the victims of sandy hook elementary. there are six more funerals today. attorney general eric holder is traveling to newtown to meet with local law enforcement. that will happen later this afternoon. a scathing report that falsifies state leaders for an adequate security at the attack of the u.s. consulate in benghazi. a memorial service is being held for the late u.s. senator inside the u.s. capitol building today. the beloved senator from hawaii was the second longest senator in u.s. history. back to connell. connell: breaking news out of washington right now. eric cantor just roughed up some comments. there he is. they j
home prices in the 20-city index grew 4.3% year-over-year. this is despite a slip one month earlier. phoenix led cities with 1.4% gain. marking the state's 1th straight month for growth. california and new york with only two cities with negative annual returns. this morning's case-shiller housing report could be a sure sign housing strength is do we expect it to gain momentum in 2013. day one of the outlook 2013. here to kick it off, ed pinto from the american enterprise institute. ed, let's say for argument sake we go flying off the fiscal cliff. what happens to housing? >> i think housing to some extent goes off with it. we'll end up with a recession and that will dampen homebuyers enthusiasm for buying homes and we'll see a downtick in house prices and uptick in foreclosures. tracy: that is good news. let's go glass half-full. they fix this ink it. fiscal cliff solved. housing market, what, what's the big thing that you think 2013 will bring? it is the year of rental. of new construction. what should we expect to see if all goes well in washington? >> what we should expect to see
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products are getting cheaper. shares of apple today are trading a little bit lower. a city analyst removed his buy rating. connell: we never hear of any price cuts for apple. dagen: at walmart, would you be surprised. everyday low prices. connell: keeping up with technology. it is not so easy for regulators. there are concerns that hackers may have an eye on your living room. delays with dealing with the debt crisis in d.c. could also do like your tax refund. will it posssbly send this country into a recession? in the meantime, here are some winners, s&p 500. ♪ connell: we are back with the latest event with communication and technology. it is getting harder and harder for the government to protect your privacy. the more washington delays, the greater the chance you will not get your tax refund in time. that could mean recession forever one. that is a story we will look at. instead of google, jolly old saint nick will be using microsoft bing. we will explain that as well. dagen: there is an app for that, as well. [talking over each other] dagen: we will be all over it coming up. right no
some very good calls on bear stearns. i disagree with his assessment of the city. i think what is good is his perspective, what he is really known for. he kind of understands this sort of guts of these banks and why so many people want to hire him, because he is good on tv, explains things well. investors liked hearing from him, and he is a guy that could call a jamie diamond and get him on the phone. >> when j.p. morgan state chase. >> the name is escaping me. adam: the point you make, when they had the problem, we interviewed at eight. >> and he can, and get him on the phone. the sweepstakes is coming to an end. i can't tell you exactly when, but to reiterate the news, from what i understand, a very advanced talk to sign this thing adam: investors have a lot of skin in the game involving the fiscal cliff. has this been priced in? i'm hearing that they still think there will be a deal. >> investors do. the market, we should point out, the market has priced in the fiscal cliff. i talked to see as a lot. they are starting to get increasingly worried about this thing. they're telling me
. yes, it will be very cold. everyone really needs to bundle up. it is 30 degrees in new york city. we could be looking at windchill temperatures at 20 degrees. we are talking about snow today across portions of kansas, missouri and even into illinois and eventually received portions of ohio. the snow can still be coming down even during the midnight hour tonight. you will need umbrellas. you are talking rain across western portions of kentucky and that would be freezing rain into some spots. that is very dangerous. otherwise across parts of oklahoma and southern oklahoma, it is just plain old rain across many of those areas. for tonight, at midnight, there were fireworks will be going off. grab a clear umbrella so you can actually see. your current temperature is 11 in minneapolis. 32 degrees right now in new york city. of course, in the northeast, you factor in that wind and it feels colder. 12 degrees is what it feels like right now in burlington, vermont. dagen: because it is new year's eve, that dress looks great. >> why because it is new year's eve? dagen: you are right. i would
of the harshest conditions. dumping 10 and a half inches in 24 hours. this season the twin cities has seen almost as much snow as all of last winter. those are your headlines. back to lori and melissa. melissa: former capital trader faces jail time for insider trading. they have made no secret of their desire to give up in committing evidence against wells, his own boss, steve cohen. but some say he has a powerful incentive not to cooperate. charlie gasparino. >> companies often cover the legal expenses of their employees snarled in investigations. charged in an insider trading scam alleged back in 2008. but this was kind of interesting about this. the allegations of trading on insider trading back in 2008, essentially let go. sec capital, even though he has been an employee for two years, now covering his legal fees. longtime white-collar defense attorney, does not come cheap, he starts around $1300 per hour. he made about $9 million according to the criminal complaint. that was the bonus. lori: so he has money. >> maybe. 1300 per hour. a lot of money. and this is raising some eyebrows in the le
being here, sir. >> pleasure. happy new year. david: it looks like the new york city subway wants in on th3 game. the transportation authority has a new path out called subway time. this app will reveal arrival times. for the first time in more than 100 years, straphangers, that is those of us who ride the subways, will be able to plan our commutes down to the minute. subway time will use new signals that transmit location and speed data. the signals are connected to centralized computers which will then update on the app. subway times will be free. the app is only available on iphone and ipod touch is. android and window devices are still in development. it only took them 11 years to finally get these type signals into the subway system at a cost of roughly $230 million. just 11 years. at last a deal reached. no, not on the fiscal cliff. we are live in miami, florida, next. the holidays are a sweet spot for cinnabon. president -- joined us and how this year is stacking up for her company. not even 40 years old and on her way to greatness. ♪ ♪ >> it is 1:41 p.m. and time for y
from a major snow storm. the big cities of the east coast bracing for another. shibani: top of the hour every 15 minutes, we have lauren simonetti on the floor of the stock exchange. how are things looking? >> could be a lot worse but stocks are selling off for the fifth day in a row. the dow is down 67 points and the nasdaq down 9 and the s&p down 7. we were much lower earlier in the session. the vix index is spiking and volume to the downside today. is the second to last trading day of the year so this december rally, in jeopardy for the dow and the s and p and the nasdaq gave up the december gains but the financials go the market often times. as we look at the banks, here are the ones that are trading lower. bank of america down 1/2%, wells fargo trying to get into the green. as for the dow jones industrial average we have two stocks in the green, home depot is one of them and it turned into the positive after that strike at the east coast and gulf port was averted. american express is the other positive dow component. dennis: thank you very much. more on the kabuki theater in d.c. h
for the fallout. tampa mayor tells us what the fiscal cliff means for his city. lori: all talking and no advancement towards a deal. frustrating. on and on and on those politicians go. we will bring you an update. tom corbett saying going over that cliff would be "absolutely frightening for the keystone state." he will join us later. melissa: president obama has been named person of the year. go figure. [talking over each other] lori: was i on the list for rock. melissa: on top. lori: let's get you updated on the markets. lauren simonetti is covering stocks for us today. >> we go break a two-day winning streak. for the s&p, it has been the best two days in more than a month. we are still a little bit more positive. traders kind of sitting on their hands digesting what we have recently had. if you look at, i say risk on because the sectors that are doing well today are once again energy and thanks. utilities not putting in a good performance today. gm shares are up tremendously right now. they took out their highest level in 19 month old little bit earlier today. this on news that
. this is keeping new york city stock exchange selling to entrepreneur is not bad. he knew his business model had some issues. no doubt about it. look at the volume chart. it's bad. he sold to a place, let's face it, it is a brilliant entrepreneural company, no doubt. lori: pending regulatory approval we can't forget. >> of course. they kill it in the past. lori: speaking of which, let's go down to nicety euronext. it has been 15 minutes since we checked in with nicole petallides. what is on your mind, nicole? >> we're talking about a couple names in the drug industry other than nyx on the move. look at some names in the drug industry making headlines. we start with vivid. they have an obesity drug. apparently a drug that would be more popular if people didn't have to pay full price. the dream has come true. the stock is up almost 2 1/2%. because viv u.s.'s drug will be covered by express scripts a largest pharmacy benefit management in the country. patients will pay roughly between 50 and $60 for this obesity drug, rather than paying the full retail cost. on the flipside, dow component merck is
to on the boardwalk. the poker sign is discussing a deal to buy the atlantic club casino in atlantic city. a person familiar with the plan to the purchase price being negotiated has less than $50 million four months after poker stars paid $731 million in a settlement with the justice department accusing the company of bank fraud, money laundering, illegal gambling, like boardwalk empires. dennis: interesting points. many people thought his company was that after paying $700 million to the government but by its archrival that also was hit by government and in new jersey there's a bill to let online gambling be legal the leader new jersey residents and they're betting on the future it will spread. cheryl: we're seeing an incredible move and this will make it federally legal, online gambling, especially poker. and you can benefit from that. buying a casino in atlantic city, we will see what happens. dennis: more fiscal cliff rhetoric from house speaker john boehner and president obama. when are they going to get serious? cheryl: look at live pictures of the original backmobile. we will have the design
which is this emergency manager walt which he is trying to use to desperately save michigan cities that are desperately in trouble, including detroit. connell: he was forced, in your view. he maybe it would not have done it if it was not for that. >> the emergency managers law. connell: the idea that he is in support of it. [talking over each other] connell: is the union movement, you know, is it over, is the tide turning? >> first of all, the second biggest organizing drive in the u.s. history, yes, you are right. today, even with the decline in unionization, it is about 13, 14%, which is about double the national average. yes, it is. this is not, for instance, and southern states, where you have the right to work and you do not have unions anyway. dagen: does it have a wider impact, does it continue to spread? >> well -- dagen: this is the 24th state. >> it will never happen in new york or a place like new jersey. they do not have the legislatures that will pass this. let's be realistic about it. all you have to do is look at a map of america and you would understand that. there
is the president doing in detroit? in a city on the verge of bankruptcy, can't pay any of their bills. where the spenders ou outweigh e people. it will be dissolved into the county. he is out there drumming up support. what difference does it make, shouldn't they be sitting at a table trying to figure out what to do? >> the president still thinks the campaign is going on. to be truthful i think he really believes he can go to the people and get republicans to roll over and surrender. i don't think a negotiating tactic if you want a deal everybody can walk away from the table happy with i think the republicans i talk to them they say we dealt with tim geithner and the president, they want a surrender, not a deal. there's a lot of ill will that come between these two parties that annoys republicans the president keeps going out on the campaign trail rather than doing what you suggested, striking a deal. lori: how will that make or break a situation making it better or worse, how does that play in and our deep spending cuts even a good thing with the economy so close to contraction? >> cutting
deputy secretary of state, tom nides, went to the city, held a series of meetings, which senior wall street executives, the two meetings i know about, larry fink, the ceo of black rock, and james foreman -- >> such buddies. >> who? >> you and larry fink. >> we'll deal with that later. might not be after this story. the ceo of morgan stanley, basically broad based talks, dinner meetings. what did they talk about? the fiscal cliff and where wall street stands in in thing, ut what's interesting, i think, is that wall street has -- it becoming increasingly vocal about these things. you heard them speak up last week, and gorman sent and e-mail to two brokers urging them to force congress to do a balancedded approach, stealing a line from president obama. what's interesting about the issues is it looks like wall street is now teaming up with the president, despite the fact they supported mitt romney. they are now teaming up -- >> eating you, crawling back? >> looks like they are forcing -- they are forcing the issue, and, basically, supporting the president's position on this for higher t
a lot of delays to the new york city airports. there are delays. i know mike tobin said there are no delays in chicago, just come to new york, and you will be standing in line. this is a quick mover. we will still see big wind gust. that is what is keeping these flights on the ground. we could get an additional six to 12 inches off the great lakes winter storm advisories. things are going to be a little treacherous throughout the day today. things will clear up as we head into the weekend. merry christmas to you my friend and to your family. connell: thank you so much. a very festive janice and the weather. >> i am not surprised with him. connell: very creative. we will talk about the president a little bit. his approval rating is actually at the highest level since 2009. it is a really big question here, how does that affect the associations? wayne rogers on that. and then, would you pay to ccntact a stranger on facebook? shibani joshi on that story. before all of that, so more markets for you. here are treasuries to dale. >> hi, everyone. i have your fox business brief
for joining us. shibani: the city of chicago is number one and parking costs. giving chicago the most expensive parking meters in the country. downtown residents can look forward, starting tomorrow, to paying $6.50 for parking in 2013. up from the current rate of $5.75. back in 2008, former mayor richard daley agreed to release the parking meters to a private company. the city in turn received a billion dollars as part of the agreement. current mayor is investigating the deal, but, in the meantime, all meters will be set to the new rate to the end of february. get your quarters out. bring your dollar bills, i guess. ashley: take the bus. shibani: the midnight deadline is fast approaching. will there be a framework to avoid the fiscal cliff? ashley: up to the minute coverage from washington. guess what, republicans should just walk away now. oh, boy. ♪ [ indistinct shouting ] ♪ [ indistinct shouting ] [ male announcer ] time and sales data. split-second stats. [ indistinct shouting ] ♪ it's so close to the options floor... [ indistinct shouting, bell dinging ] ...yoll bust yourra
this plant there. >> right. and i think we have to acknowledge idaho, the city in twin falls. when we decided to come here, we are fast people. they said you will never catch us. this state is an awesome place to do business in this past year has proved people are right. what we did was work side-by-side making sure it was safe, we always work forward. tracy: three new products will be coming out of this plant. a smaller cup, all the granola, and regular yogurt. why do you think it is taken o off, everybody is eating greek yogurt these days. >> it is true. healthy, natural yogurt can be in the lunchbox, and even myself. tracy: my kids love that. it has been around for hundreds and hundreds of years. in america it was not enjoyed by everybody. it was never pure and simple. tracy: you are feeding us and giving industry to our country. thank you, sir. >> thank you, tracy. ashley: way to go, idaho. more than potatoes. the official santa tracking company made a list and checked it twice ending its relationship with google in a partnership with microsoft to help children keep tabs on the big guy. c
giant ebay and walmart are launching same day delivery in select cities but a small british startup armed with $5 billion in venture capital funding is aiming to gain a foothold right here in the rapidly growing quick delivery retail segment. joining us from san francisco is tom allason, founder and ceo of shuttle. thanks for being with us. first of all, aren't we getting -- do we really need same-day delivery? why can't i we two days? >> you can wait two days if you want to. our view is sometimes you don't want to. our proposition is just about getting delivery right away. it is letting the consumer get delivery when they wanted which is either right away, within minutes of purchase, are quick as a delivery took us 15 minutes, or one hour window of the shopper's choice, same day or any day and operates 24 hours a day, 365 day as a year and can be offered to the consumer at a comparable price point which often means free. my question would be why wouldn't you want to get your shuttled? dennis: i can walk in a store and buy the product there. it does sound like a compelling pitch. yo
not help the employment numbers. city fired 11,000 people and its stock went up. sometimes stocks go up in a result of firing people. [talking over each other] charles: i think this thing is sort of an outlier. it all gets back to the virtuous cycle. more people are spending money because they feel wealthier. when people start to feel better, we see that consumer sentiment numbers moving higher. when they feel better if they spend more money. sometimes money that they do not have. i think that it is one of the things that he knows. it is the number one asset in america. [talking over each other] charles: if people feel better and they start to spend money look at how much credit card debt has come down. he wants people to invest. does anyone really think that if interest rates are one tick lower we would get a surge harks back. [talking over each other] >> the big thing is they are going whole hog on buying treasuries. operation twist was exchanging one form of bond for another. they have run out of short-term treasuries. this is pure execution of the debt. the giant suction sound you a
for any of the lesser-known tragedies that visit small towns and big cities all across america every day. since friday morning, police officer was gunned down in memphis leaving four children without their mother. two officers were killed outside a grocery store in topeka. the woman was shot and killed inside a las vegas casino. three people were shot inside an alabama hospital. a four-year-old was caught in a drive-by in missouri. taken off life support just yesterday. each one of these americans was a victim of the everyday gun violence that takes the lives of more than 10,000 americans every year. violence that we cannot accept as routine. so i will use all the powers of this office to help advance efforts aimed at preventing more tragedies like this. we won't prevent them all, but that can't be an excuse not to try. it won't be easy, but that can't be an excuse not to try. and i will not be able to do it by myself. ultimately if this effort is to succeed, it will require the help of the american people. it will require all of you. if we're going to change things, it will take a wave
in the windy city, where we have the ability to make it difficult for you to get over the river and through the woods to grandmother's house -- if you get there late come he can't blame o'hare now because things are cooking along. ashley: mike tobin, thank you, sir. more now on the fiscal cliff. how automatic spending cuts on january 2, affect defense contractors for. joining us now is charles wald, a retired four-star general. general, thank you for joining us. if nothing is done, we got the fiscal cliff. $35 billion or 10% of the defense budget will be cut. can it handle that kind of back? >> were the things that has been missed is the uncertainty over the last year. in particular, the last six months. but the the budgetary cuts have already started to take place from the standpoint of spending in some cases. number two, the uncertainty is causing in the severe inefficiency and spenddng. it would be better for military had committed three or four year contract. that's not happening. we are already over the fiscal cliff someways in the military. ashley: does this affect our national securi
have another choice. i live in new york city so i have a lot of other choices. dagen: google is working on something. dagen: that was like four years ago. when a private entity does it, we do not have to purchase their product. when a private entity does it, we can tailor what we want. i only want this, i only want this, i do not want that. they fear a class action against them for a violation of your privacy. that is a team of lawyers representing millions of people whose privacy has been violated. if the justice department was doing their job, they fear an indictment from invasion of privacy. dagen: i am so impressed with "homeland." >> they will be setting them off before you ask for them. dagen: at that, i think, people would agree to. if there is enough outrage before the product is even introduce, do you think they will back off the back just the fact that they applied for a patent does not mean they will get it or that they will use the product. we are probably a few years ahead of this game, unless they are farther ahead than they have led us to believe. dagee: for a sliver of a
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